[Owasp-board] Regarding Project reviews and metrics misconceptions
Tom Brennan - OWASP
tomb at owasp.org
Fri Feb 26 13:01:29 UTC 2016
This is understandable and now the second time. Since we are coming to
full stop on OWASP projects again and on reviews OWASP will need to adjust
1) I am going to bring together experienced project people from all over
the world face to face for a paid offsite within 45 days.
2) I am going to continue on the process of hiring full time technical
staff for the purpose of run day to day project operations the Job will be
posted publicly shortly
3) We are going to need do a public relaunch in Q3
Thank you for your investment of thousands of hours and I look forward to
seeing you in person at the project reboot offsite if you are available to
travel to it.
To all projects that want to start, or evolve across the different "stages"
we will have to address this after a short pause OWASP leaders (you) can
define rough consensus and address this as part of its strategic goal
investment for 2016.
Thank you for all you and the other volunteers like Enrico have done to
Global Board Directors
On Friday, February 26, 2016, johanna curiel curiel <
johanna.curiel at owasp.org> wrote:
> Hi Paul, Tom
> Based on the emails I exchanged yesterday with Paul, I have the impression
> that there are many misconceptions of what volunteers in previous
> committees were doing and that was not to maintain and keep up Project
> dashboards or metrics.
> Since 2009, this was done by Poulo Coimbra, then Samantha (partially with
> help of Kait-Disney) and I assisted when no one was working as staff.
> Check the wiki updates and Dashboard since 2009. You don't have to believe
> me but verify facts.
> I also understand you would like to hire a technical project manager
> because Claudia seems to have too much work, or that I set her to work with
> things not updated since 2 years ago?
> Please , get facts right. I did already did clean up in May 2015:
> And publicised a Piktographic report:
> Including all the updates of project in Openhub. I was the one who did
> I would say I will be more than happy that the foundation takes over this
> entire review process from volunteers because it has never worked.
> Nor in 2009, neither now, expecting volunteers to do reviews,* although
> they never kept metrics, wiki inventories or dashboards except me.*
> *BTW I work full time.Study & Work*
> Also, it seems that there is a big confusion as the only thing we are
> trying to do is to make the review process easier by building an overview
> criteria and self-asssesment, so leaders can determine were they are. I
> have written this so many times but it seems no one read my proposals or
> I stop my activities in reviews and proposal.
> At this point , I feel that there is a lot of misinformation of facts and
> I feel I'm being judge in a way that I don't consider fair. At this point
> I'm feeling judged, mistreated from certain board members with comments
> such as 'none asked you to do any work here'.
> Wow , nice way to treat volunteers, no wonder why there is no one helping
> with this.
> I wish you good luck with this activity.
> It has not been easy for anyone since 2009.
> Johanna Curiel
> OWASP Volunteer
Global Board of Directors
NYC/NJ Metro Chapter Leader
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